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college. 53rd meeting in columbus. you can watch the proceedings live from the ohio statehouse senate chamber on c-span 3. we will also be watching what carolina as it's a mature college meets and it is all on our website, c-span.org. other to find out more. james thurber, does anything unexpected happen when the of the torah, as day occurs? was of the voting process in november. our electoral college delegates committed? can anything different happen? guest: yes, something different happened. in 24 states they are required to vote the ticket that they are running on, these electors. so, they cannot be a faithless elector. we had nine cases since 1920 of them. one of them was actually here in washington, d.c., in 2000. she did not vote at all in protest over the fact that washington, d.c., does not have representation in congress. host: if you would like to talk with james thurber about the electoral college, here are the the origins of the electoral college. where did it come from and why do we have the system? guest: it goes right to the founding. the founders wanted to not have the
the strom thurmond memorial in columbus. and what you did issued a granite dust, you pounds that granite in till it's a fine powder and then you mix it with crazy glue. seriously. you mix it with plain old crazy glue. when it hardens is actually harder than the stone itself. they take that mixture and the pound and two where the letters had been carved to the action of pounded in so it's above the surface of the stone and they have to sand it smooth. then they carve back over the building area. they had to replace -- that was the trick that they could add essie mae's name on the bottom. there was space there, but it's a father of four children and had to change the for to a five. so when they carve back over that building area, if you don't get that granite powder really, really fine, it's got to be fine of that like baby powder, because if you don't when your car back over it it is prone to chipping but if you look closely at five, the i in the five got a chip on a. on the upper right side. and the left side of the v. is all squiggly. it's been shifted there, too. and the standing opene
in columbus. joined by seth davis from "sports illustrated." for the third consecutive time in the sec consecutive season kansas prufsz better than ohio state but this was more impressive because it was on the road with young stud ben mclemore. >> seth: kansas turning the ball over in the first half once they settled down and made it a halfcourt game, ohio state struggled and this is the story for the buckeyes moving forward trying to make aaron craft a jump shooter. that isn't working. quenton ross is nowhere to be found. lenzelle smith had a horrible game. they don't have the second option and it's putting too much pressure on the offense. >> doug: why are you negative? i have to be positive. a mea culpa a couple weeks ago i called kansas the most overrated team in the country along with illinois. you said it was ohio state. good call by you. this is the look of a 21st century program, fifth-year seniors, fourth-year seniors transfers and the emergence of ben mclemore and what bill self allowed him to do, grow into the role of scorer, kansas a team that's
beat ohio state in columbus. joined by seth davis from "sports illustrated." for the third consecutive time in the sec consecutive season kansas prufsz better than ohio state but this was more impressive because it was on the road with young stud ben mclemore. >> seth: kansas turning the ball over in the first half, once they settled down and made it a halfcourt game, ohio state struggled and this is the story for the buckeyes moving forward, trying to make aaron craft a jump shooter. that isn't working. quenton ross is nowhere to be found. lenzelle smith had a horrible game. they don't have the second option and it's putting too much pressure on the offense. >> doug: why are you negative? i have to be positive. a mea culpa a couple weeks ago i called kansas the most overrated team in the country along with illinois. you said it was ohio state. good call by you. this is the look of a 21st century program, fifth-year seniors, fourth-year seniors, transfers and the emergence of ben mclemore and what bill self allowed him to do, grow into the role of scorer, kansas a team that's won eight
spotted running across a columbus parkway caring and rifle case. officers chased them down. they found a 22 caliber rifle and some bullets. police say that the boys broke into a home on irene drive and were on their way to shoot at a home. they were taken to do it now called. >> a suisun man is in custody this morning accused oppose an online, as the police consider criminal threats. 18 year-old sergio cabada was arrested for writing that he supports the connecticut school shooter's actions and that he thought about doing the same thing. here's a photo of cabada he was arrested at his home in suisin. if police say that he wanted to prevent any possibility of a violent act. >> we are just learning more information about the local gun buyback program. just a day after the connecticut issue in both oakland and san francisco took nearly 600 guns off the street. revolvers, pistols, shotguns, rifles, and assault rifles were collected over the weekend. a lot of the guns were easily go. on saturday 300 guns were turned 10 in oakland, and 296 in san francisco. >> an east bay high school senior
we get into thursday and friday. notice indian apolis, columbus, six to nine inches, perhaps approaching a foot into parts of the ohio valley. snowfall will be up to two feet in the northeast. >>> new disturbing details about the christmas eve ambush on firefighters in rochester, new york, coming from the gunman's own words. nbc's ron mott has the latest for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. police say these firefighters were lured into a trap on christmas eve, turning their already dangerous job deadly. now we're learning more about this suspect and the chilling note police say he left behind. the massive christmas eve house fire in western new york had intense flames on all sides. >> it was a raging inferno up there. >> it became much more than just a fire when four firefighters showed up. suspected arsonist began shooting at firemen. >> we are being shot at. multiple firemen down. multiple firemen shot. i am shot. i think he's using an assault rifle. >> multiple shots being fired at the location. you are advised to stay away from the area until clear. >>
'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo. i've visited wildlife parks around the world, but i would
hand. >> it's been fascinating. thanks to jack hanna. and the columbus zoo. tune in for jack hanna's wild countdown. that is all for us tonight. i'm going to have a cold shower. good evening. >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lemon, thanks for joining us. we are watching two major stories affecting your world tonight. one the health of the u.s. secretary of state. hillary clinton is in the hospital right now with a blood clot. stay right there. full details on her condition and prognosis. also tonight, say the words with me here, fiscal cliff. no vote yet, no agreement yet. and not a lot of time left. can you say one more day? we're going to start with the secretary of state, hillary clinton, hospitalized with a blood clot. it was discovered today during a follow-up exam. doctors say it is related to a concussion she suffered earlier this month. you'll recall the former first lady was suffering from a stomach virus when she fainted. i want to bring in cnn's chief medical correspondent, dr. sanjay gupta. she was just cleared to return to work this week, and now this. >> first of all, the
the major hubs like dallas-fort worth raleigh durham and columbus, ohio and chicago o'hare as well. a lot of people are going to be hunkering down tonight and making alternative plans to stay one more night in the city, harris, back to you. >> harris: this is tough too. because now we are crunched between now and the next holiday new years as the people try to get on and about. thank you, john. the latest on nation's george h.w. bush in a hospital fighting a stubborn fever that has gotten much worse. a statement released a short time ago which reads in part following a series of set backs following a persistent fever president bush was admitted to the intensive care unit on sunday where he remains in guarded condition. doctors at methodist continue to be cautiously optimistic about the current course of treatment. the president is alert and conversing with medical staff and surrounded by family, end quote. we're told doctors also have him on an all liquid diet. mr. bush who is 88 years old spent christmas hospitalized and has been there for about a month now. family members have been by h
specific religious group. jews are the least religious. jerry in columbus, ohio. independent caller. you are our last on this. caller: i want to address -- george washington signed an agreement with tripoli, and he said in 1796, we have no problem signing a treaty with the muslims as the government of the united states is not christian. and thomas jefferson wrote the baptist in 18 07 sing "neither picks my pocket or break my leg of my neighbor worships one god or 1000 dogs." people should read james madison written in 1783 and thomas jefferson on religious liberty. jesus christ, when they wanted to make him head of some city there and he left it, he did not want anything to do with politics. the friend of mine said i saw a bumper sticker you would like, jerri -- what it is a, steve? who would jesus bomb. i wish brian lamb would have the jefferson -- jefferson wrote his own new testament and i wish brian lamb would have somebody on it. i never read it but i would like to know what it is about. i appreciate c-span. having wonderful day. host: thanks, jerry. columbus, ohio. we will keep tal
in columbus. you can watch the proceedings live from the ohio statehouse senate chamber on c-span 3. we will also be watching north carolina as its electoral college meets and it is all on our website, c-span.org. go there to find out more. james thurber, does anything unexpected happen when electoral college day occurs? we saw the voting process in november. are electoral college delegates committed? can anything different happen? guest: yes, something different can happen. in 24 states they are required to vote the ticket that they are running on, these electors. so, they cannot be a faithless elector. we had nine cases since 1920 of them. one of them was actually here in washington, d.c., in 2000. she did not vote at all in protest over the fact that washington, d.c., does not have representation in congress. host: if you would like to talk with james thurber about the electoral college, here are the numbers to call -- the origins of the electoral college. where did it come from and why do we have the system? guest: it goes right to the founding. the founders wanted to not have the c
of flights that are come going and those were cancel would and also flights that are coming in from columbus cancelled as well the wiptir storm is wreaking havoc . they're cancelled or delayed. it dumped snow in parts of texas and oklahoma . now there is it a blizzard warning in affect . that is pushing through pennsylvania and new york and coming to new england and the big problem will be tomorrow and thursday and we'll experience heavy wind and rain . here in logan airport is not a huge problem for us . we are not experiencing precipitation. it is it flights going to or coming from places that are affected. that is it a problem, too. live in logan. now a major u.s. military base coming under attack in afghanistan. that is in pakistan . nato said the homicide bomber did not make it inside . >> and investigators and the christmas scene ambush where two firefighters died. there was another victim found inside of this home . the body believed to be the missing sister of excon william sprangler. her brother set a deadly trap for first responders and planned the details in a chilling note. new 9
cameras for a spring training baseball complex. columbus, ohio, bought an underwater robot to help with rescues. coburn wants to know and we do too why we're not spending more wisely on security, or just not spending it at all. >> both parties tend to divide americans into our voters and their voters. let's be really clear. republicans must steer far clear of that trap. >> that was congressman paul ryan saying it was time to reach out to all american voters. fine sentiment, but are they? here now we bring in burgess owens, a former nfl player and super bowl winner who says his community has been hurt badly because of its solid loyal toy the democrats. he's also the author of "it's all about the team." thank you for coming on. i don't know if you heard what paul ryan said. but blacks -- let's see. 95% of african-americans voted for president obama in this last election. what do you make of that? what does that tell you? >> well, the first thing we have to start looking at is what it's going to take for us to get the respect of both parties, and that comes down to us being a people t
by airey at the age of 11 or 12 when they lived in columbus, ohio. that he would take him to many moose related events some of them overnight trips that his mother actually gave the blessing for it was on one of those overnight trips in ohio that peck told me airey allegedly sexually assaulted him. >> it was in the middle of the night. the room was pitch black. i was shocked, very scared. i recall tears coming down my face and wetting the pillow behind me and i laid perfectly still and pretty much just kind of went into shock mode. and i didn't know if i was going to be hurt or injured if i tried to fight back so i didn't. of hockey player thorn flurry coming forward to say that he had been sexually abused as a junior hockey player he thought to himself if a tough guy like flurry would come forward so could i. harris? >> harris: it's sad that there are so many of these stories and victims to come forward. john roberts, thank you very much. a holiday surprise for many apple fans. the long awaited return of google maps and what it means for iphone users where to go and how to get there. y
home. >> gretchen: sounds like some car payments. talking about columbus, ohio and shout out to my in-laws who are there. i will be there next week. >> this adorable house and great curb appeal. three bedrooms and two baths and completely redone . four fire places and new kitchen with granite countertops and here your mortage would be $672 a month. >> gretchen: i might look at that house i am there. columbus is a great place to live. >> brian: wonderful stee and great prices. >> gretchen: you are very helpful and we like to do good news segments on "fox and friends". >> thanks. >> gretchen: you heard of the 12 days of christmas, but what about the 12 days of spending. ♪ turtle friendly lighting. ♪ >> gretchen: what? the most ridiculous ways that the government is wasting your money, coming up next. look at the tv screen. that is 107-2. a case of bad sportsmanship. we report and you decide. maybe it was a knicks game? ♪ ♪ [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tom
was basketball. after 9/11, one fellow sent me an e-mail that said gray beards of columbus. like the knights of columbus, we can become a not for profit in the community. my qualifications were i was the guy that collected $20 at the bar after we played basketball. >> to have steve show up at my house today, it means a lot. we totally have zero. we lost everything. couple of items here and there, but -- >> hello? when you do something for somebody, the, you know, you go through the tears, you go through the thanks, the hugs and everything, but at the end of the day, you walk away, you go -- i just -- your name came across our desk. so from the gray beards. >> you don't have to do that. >> how are you holding up? all right? >> yeah. >> i did good today, you know? i helped somebody. >> little something, all right. hope you get through. >> the gray beards change a person's life. there is an expression in rockaway about you're born with sand in your diaper. after years of irritation, you know, you want to feel good, so you go out and help people, you know? >> there you have it. people trying to
the spending needs that the country seems to long. host: ed is in columbus, ohio. he's talking to us on the democrats line this morning. ed, you're on the "washington journal" with joseph rosenberg, research associate at the tax policy center. caller: thank you, good morning. mr. rosen berg, with the fiscal cliff blooming, do you believe the i.r.s. will be able to calibrate their system at this late of a date and would the debt ceiling debate blooming, could that delay federal refunds? thank you. guest: yes. the question about the i.r.s. is a good one and it is an important one. so it almost is certainly bound to complicate the filing season. i think already the i.r.s. has said that they are -- they have not released updated withholding tables for winner to. -- 2013. what that means is employers will use the withholding tables for federal income tax. but if a deal is made or no deal is made, that's going to have to change and at some point, employers will have to change their federal income tax withholding amount. i mentioned with the alternative minute 34u78 tax, that will -- minimu
. >> here is video this morning out of columbus, ohio. it is going to be a difficult place this morning for drivers to get to work. many roads are slick, cover with ice and snow. ohio could still pick up another injured to from the storm. the deaths from this storm toll is now up to 12 people. the storm dropped about a foot of snow and some parts of the northeast, a day after it dumped a record snowfall in arkansas and ruin the holiday travel plans from the region. and coastal areas, the storm is mostly bring in high winds and heavy rain. dozens of travelers were trying to make it home thursday after the fierce storm stranded them at airports or relatives' home or around the region. >> if your planning to make a trip to the sierra mountains anytime soon authorities want to remind drivers to make sure to have chains handy. if this affects drivers driving up on interstate 80 and highway 50. caltran advisers are still in effect. and for good reason, snow has been coming down along those highways and leaving behind slick and icy roads. the sierra atlantic center was also warning skiers to b
of these departures ahead of the storm system. still very mild. in the 70s in little rock and the 50sin columbus ohio. behind it, much colder. >> maria, thanks. >>> coming up, our first look at the british nurse that is caught in a prank on the royal family. and prince william and kate devastated after that nurse is believed to have taken her own life. and now the not so funny prank backfiring on the pranksters. >> and the star of a wildly popular song hitting a sour note, now apologizing for comments he made about the united states just days before he is set to meet with president obama. and a new factor complicating efforts to reach a deal over the fiscal cliff. the president needs to make the next move. >> it is not going to help our economy, and it is not going to help those seeking work. i came out to put revenues on the table and to take a step toward the president to resolve this. when is he going take a step toward us? >>> welcome back and time for a quick check of the head loins. headlines. john mcafee is fighting deportation from guatemala to belize. he is wanted for questioning in the deat
which president lovett intentionally timed to coincide with the anniversary of columbus' arrival in the americas. he aimed very high in his vision for the new school. the president, though, was not the first speaker. after an opening prayer, a princeton professor -- henry van dyke -- recited a lengthy poem entitled "texas: a democratic ode," which he wrote especially for the ceremony. this poem, crawn from -- drawn from an indian legend, invoked images of frontier pioneers. the "dallas morning news" reported that the audience listened to the poet's words, quote, with the strictest attention punctuated with frequent applause. now, the next speaker, the chief justice of texas, spoke in prose. his review was nowhere near as good as the poet received. [laughter] now, in the height of that i thought the best -- in light of that i thought the best course would be for me to compose a poem for this occasion. [laughter] again, there's no need to panic or run for the exits. i gave up that plan when i couldn't find suitable words that rhymed with latin legal terms like suey generous. [laugh
, indiana, indianapolis, and columbus, ohio, blizzard conditions with over a foot of snow expected there. so where do we expect the most severe weather today? eastern parts of georgia, south carolina, north carolina, and southern parts of virginia. and on northern side of this system, it's cold air, it's snow, and a lot of it. blizzard-like conditions in the ohio valley. later today and tonight, interior portions of the northeast and i think places in pennsylvania and upstate new york, maybe syracuse maybe state college, pennsylvania may see one to two feet of snow and add to that winds of 50 miles an hour, a lot of the big airports in the east effected. we're going to see a lot of travel problems during the day today. >> jeff berardelli thanks. >>> fears for a perfect storm for an economic disaster are growing with the fiscal cliff just six days away. a new poll finds 50% of americans think president obama and congress will reach a deal in time but that number has dropped in the past week. president obama plans to cut short his family vacation in hawaii leaving f
that they have a problem with unemployment or housing. detroit, columbus, other places have it. parts of massachusetts have it. other parts of massachusetts don't. so i think this has to be very localized and figure out how you solve that. untils going to be tight we get rules figured out and then you bring in private capital. but i'm not sure that's alltogether a bad thing but i think we have a lot more granular by-city or by-community to figure out what the answer should be. >> turning now to the customer relationship and how it's changing in response to the very dramatic developments in the bank and developments over the last several years so, first of all, i was delighted to hear about your efforts regarding home buyer -- over the past few years people need to understand what they are getting into when they make this enormous commitment but let me ask you about the change in the different potential change. it was reported a couple weeks ago in one news article that i saw that the bank was backing off of a plan to impose new fees under checking accounts in under certain circumstanc
years ago. don in columbus. hi don welcome. >> caller: hi, steph, how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: i was curious. i watched the shows yesterday and it was noticeable that tim kind of explained himself to everybody including chris wallace. >> stephanie: geithner. >> caller: yeah, right. and mr. boehner decided that only chris could clear his -- and no one else could give him any guff about it. so i thought that was pretty interesting. one show against five. >> stephanie: right. we only need to say flabbergasted once. >> flabbergasted. >> stephanie: all right. the boehner yesterday. >> there is a stalemate. let's not kid ourselves. >> stephanie: i wonder who could be impeding any progress. what kind of orange idiot could be standing in the way? >> somebody is not cooperating. some people feel like they won an election or something. some sort of mandate. flabbergasted. >> stephanie: allen in gary, indiana. welcome. >> caller: good morning. i'm wondering how much money can we get by
have it fell joining us from columbus, ohio on the independent line. caller: i would like to say i am a professor of history and political science. i would not want to be labor anybody with all of the rhetoric and everything going on now as a look at a superficial level. with the president has to do is keep up with what he has said in his political speeches. he needs to stay strong on that. if he does not, it will impact his entire presidency. people want to turn away and say this will not be difficult. it certainly will be. he needs to stay strong on what he said. other than that, there are so many other issues. what he got elected on this time and what was most present in the populous mind is he needs to stay strong on what he was elected on and what he said he was going to do. host: this is from the facebook page. the question is, what do you think the president pose a number one priority should be. brian is joining us from texas on the republican line. caller: good morning. i am down here in texas and we voted the other way. the number one thing i see is jobs. you have economic gr
it going and you will disappear off of the screen. moving on. police in columbus, ohio using pepper tray - on spray. 2000 people showed up to try to get in the subsidized town homes and that's the word there. subsidized. they were fighting over the applications . the apartment complex turned everyone away and several people were treated for minor injuries. coming up on winter. making for dangerous conditions and waking up to tons of snow. blizzard-like conditions in minnesota and wisconsin . in minnesota over a foot of snow has already fallen. meanwhile quickly let's go to the maps and find out where it is snowing. it is moving through portions of new england it is a cold front and got rain all the way through portions of new england and west virginia and central portions of the tennessee valley and behind it colder air at the map. rapid city. it is only 23 . 31 in chicago . meanwhile in front of the front, 40s and 50s and 60s . right now in atlanta 61 degrees . how much will it warm up today. freezing in kansas city and below freezing in minneapolis . 60 in raleigh durham . in new orlea
, making them pay a little bit more, gets you from the end of the fiscal year on september 30 to columbus day. then what? then what? and it completely ignores the fact that 2/3 of the federal budget, the federal budget is $3.6 trillion, 2/3 of the federal budget is what's called the middle class entitlements. so it's medicare, medicaid, social security, and the interest on the debt. those checks go out automatically. there is nothing any member of congress has to vote on. and unless you have a proposal, which simpson-bowles, was and is, you may hear the ads playing on the radio from the nation's c.e.o. and others saying, we can't play small ball, we got to come up with a package that actually heals the country. if there's a sadness that i had, run of the reasons i'm leaving, is if you listen to the people talking, the president's advisors are saying, going over the fiscal cliff, we are putting the republicans in this box on the 2%, that's good for the president. and you hear the democrats saying, wow, listen, if we can have this discharge petition and put the burden, make people not like
and i was groying up in columbus. i still call him mayor today. i got to know him when he was in the legislature of the ohio senate and he was in the -- i was in the ohio house. i got to know him better when i was elected here and obviously a lot has been said about dennis. a lot has been said about dennis, about his passion. his -- he softball a man who will continue his mission in other way he ran for president. he wasn't shy about it. he has strong beliefs, beliefs that are different than mine but again, someone you can call a friend. and finally, last but not least, the man who has a different quality than the rest of the four and what i mean by that is, he was the only one of the five who wasn't a legislator before he came to congress. he was a prosecutor. steve latourette. ironically if you talk to members of the house, they would say he was a legislator's legislator. even though he was never a legislator before he got here. which is amazing. and steve latourette is a contrast in so many different ways. you heard so much about him here tonight in terms of the work he
the window in places like san francisco on the trolley cars, durham, eugene, oregon, columbus, hartford, athens, other cities around the country. the d.h.s., department of homeland security, and city and local and state authorities are putting money together to tape your conversations on buses. >> gretchen: why can't they put up a camera to help us if they're worried about the bus driver? >> you're right. they have cameras. now they're integrating audio. now they're integrating that it can go out on the web to a depot somewhere else, to a police facility, to someone that can listen to your conversation with your children on the bus. you're talking about school, you're talking about going to see a relative, going to see your mother, and all of that stuff becomes part of the ether. >> gretchen: i'm glad you didn't say i was talking to my husband about date night. >> i didn't say that at all. >> gretchen: that might be more private. >> it would be private, but all of that is private. so now we have a situation in this country where yes, there should be some limitations on what goes on in p
canceled today. in columbus, ohio, passengers used the much needed time to catch up on rest. pittsburgh, pennsylvania, plows hit the ground but it wasn't enough to keep the heavy snow off the streets. greyhound buses were forced to cancel many of their routes. in hamburg, new york, commuters are frustrated. >> it's about a 25-minute drive usually. tonight it's an hour. >> reporter: and skiers are delighted. fema is urging people to update their emergency kits for cold weather including blankets, dpl gloves, first aid material, and a battery-powered radio. but in syracuse, new york, this is no match for people used to this weather. >> it's business as usual. i think a lot of people are on vacation for the holidays. but usually it's good travel until you get too many people on the road. that's usually the bigger problem, is the people trying to drive in it. >> reporter: and the roads could have been worse because it's a holiday week, a lot of people didn't go into the office. also, schools and universities are off making it that much easier for cleanup crews to do their job, candy. >> tha
the man's hair. the debates were really, really good. item from columbus, ohio, and nobody down here really likes our governor. the debates were really, really good for me then that mr. williams, you have a great christmas. everybody, have a great christmas. they are calling me back upstairs. host: the debate. guest: the debates or the event of this campaign season and i think opened a window in the changing realities in politics in america. during that first debate, there was this incredible phenomenon which was social media was alive. i have been in washington more than 30 years as a political person. i have never had to report on a debate where it was scored instant by instant by the american electorate. usually people watched the debate and have a reaction to what was said on stage, and then the next day there is all this fact checking and people say that is wrong. gerald for talking about no soviet includes in poland -- there are moments like that. but in general, the response is analyzed later. in 2012, the debate was analyzed second by second by people on twitter and blogs. it
in the columbus area and also in cincinnati who were just not having the infrastructure that they claimed. guest: the romney campaign was not able to get operation ohio or anywhere else up and running and that was one of it -- advantage obama had a. ronny only had six months to really prepare. host: oregon, a democrat decline, good morning. guest: were up early on the west coast. caller: i want to know what happened to ann romney. she was much more visible early on. the wives dehumanize a candidate and that was to be her job. dr. the convention, she pretty much vanished. guest: i spoke to a lot of the romney campaign staff about parole in the campaign. what i was told is that there were some ads cut between romney in the general election campaign that she just did not test well with focus groups. they showed it to focus groups of voters and they did not register positive review of those ads. what the ronny people told me was that it was not believable that the spouse of a candidate would be a good test of fire to the candidate because they are not believable. of course his boss is going to say t
, evansville, cincinnati, columbus back into pennsylvania. we'll get to that in the next hour. alina. >> that's a lot of places, chad myers. all right, chad, thanks so much. >>> i'm alina cho. thanks so much for watching. have a great weekend and a great new year's. "cnn newsroom" with my friend suzanne malveaux starts right now. >>> i'm suzanne malveaux. welcome to our 500th edition of our show. we've got a lot to cover so let's get right to it. russia dominating our newscast this hour. for two very different reasons. first, the man, that man you see there, russia's top diplomat, he is now taking an active role in trying to end the civil war in syria. now, remember, both russia and china have blocked u.n. attempts to force out the assad regime. now the russians say they are willing to meet with the syrian opposition. it could open the door for real u.n. action on the ground, action that could mean american involvement. we've got more details in a live report in just a minute. >>> but also, russia's president formally saying no to americans who want to adopt russian children. it is a heartbre
that the country seems to long. host: ed is in columbus, ohio. he's talking to us on the democrats line this morning. ed, you're on the "washington journal" with joseph rosenberg, research associate at the tax policy center. caller: thank you, good morning. mr. rosen berg, with the fiscal cliff blooming, do you believe the i.r.s. will be able to calibrate their system at this late of a date and would the debt ceiling debate blooming, could that delay federal refunds? thank you. guest: yes. the question about the i.r.s. is a good one and it is an important one. so it almost is certainly bound to complicate the filing season. i think already the i.r.s. has said that they are -- they have not released updated withholding tables for winner to. -- 2013. what that means is employers will use the withholding tables for federal income tax. but if a deal is made or no deal is made, that's going to have to change and at some point, employers will have to change their federal income tax withholding amount. i mentioned with the alternative minute 34u78 tax, that will -- minimum tax, that will compl
which deals with the display cases. in this case the state of georgia and city of columbus has potential of saving 1,180 jobs. at this point with 13 million unemployed in this country and many more underemployed, it's very important for us to come together. i think this is a great example of we can come together to make sure that we are good stewards of our energy, to make sure that our products are the best in the world, the most energy efficient, but yet have commonsense regulations that allow us to continue to push these and make these products here in this country. so, again, i want to thank everybody for their support and hard work on this. and etches to those 1 -- especially to those -- 1,180 people in georgia that will be able to maintain employment. with that i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia yields back. the gentleman from kentucky reserves. the gentleman from california. mr. waxman: mr. speaker, we continue to reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california reserves. the gentleman from kentucky. mr. whitfiel
18 electoral votes. we will have live coverage from the ohio statehouse senate chamber in columbus beginning at noon eastern over on c-span3. >> i think the challenge for us is we want to be on every device for every person at every hour of the day. we are a mobile society, and so the challenge is to make sure that we are on ipads, computers, phones, as well as the traditional viewing, which is in the living room, now on a wonderful high definition television screen. the of the challenge we have obesity is spectrum is a finite resource, and others want that resource, and yet, there's not enough spectrum in the universe to do all video by broadband. so our architecture, one that everyone in the location versus there is which is one-to-one, their system will always fail because simply the congestion of transmitting video one-to-one. you can't do that. >> "the communicators" continues its look at the future of television tonight with gordon smith at 8 p.m. eastern on c-span2. >> now back to the pew center conference on the 2012 election. one of the speakers at this session was ohio se
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